Two verses tucked into the Old Testament book of Micah reminded me that there’s always a glimmer of light to be found, even on the darkest days.
You are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress. That’s the message I saw on a meme a few weeks ago, and it stuck with me. The world expects “masterpiece” and can turn cruel when all they see in us is “work in progress.” How do we remind ourselves that despite our flaws and failures, we’re a masterpiece of God?
No longer under consideration. The words on my computer screen were small and gray, but might has well have been bright red and flashing, as the reality behind them sank in. Rejected. Failure. Sub-par. I was no longer in the running for a position in another department at work – a position I thought would… Continue reading Moving past the pain of rejection
God is always around us, but it can be easy to overlook Him when we’re busy with everyday life. Sometimes He’ll get our attention or teach us a lesson in the most unexpected places. He did that for me in the grocery store a few weeks ago. God taught me a lesson in the grocery… Continue reading How God gets our attention through everyday things